Posted November 10, 2015 7:00 am by Comments

By Jay Langston


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The Continental Army

The signing of the Declaration of Indepence

World War I and the Hotchkiss Machine Gun

World War II infantryman

The Korean War Monument

VIetnam

Operation Enduring Freedom

The war in Iraq

It might be simple to start chronologically to share the history of the United States of America’s military history and chronicle our victories and tout the heroics of famous generals and admirals, but that would fall short. A true presentation of the history of America’s armed forces should honor the individual sacrifice of …Read the Rest

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